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EAS Accredited Courses

Stay Warm, Stay Well

Designed to raise awareness of the impact of fuel poverty and cold homes on people’s health, this one day course is tailored for front line staff who look after the health, wellbeing and social welfare of vulnerable clients. It will: improve understanding of domestic energy efficiency and the impact of fuel poverty and cold homes on vulnerable, low income households and; improve awareness of schemes/grants and other support mechanisms for energy efficiency improvements, creating an effective means for linking those in need with the help that’s available.

For further information about this course please contact Rose Ann Porteous by email or call 0141 226 3064


RdSAP Masterclass

Jointly run by EAS and Alembic Research Ltd these day long CPD events will provide existing EPC Assessors(DEA)/RdSAP users with greater insight into how the RdSAP model works for difficult dwelling geometries, multiple heating systems, community heating, renewable technologies and RHI calculations, extended glazing, known U-values, basements, rooms in the roof and ECO calculations.

With 25 years of delivering training and consultancy services for the assessment of domestic energy efficiency, we aim to provide you with the skills to provide a professional service. Take on difficult property assessments and impress your clients and partners.

Register your interest by emailing to masterclass@eas.org.uk or contacting Rose Ann Porteous at EAS on tel: 0141 226 3064.

Fuel Poverty and Affordable Warmth (coming soon - Autumn 2015)

A one day course designed to provide an understanding of the main issues for fuel poverty in Scotland and the policies in place to tackle this from Central and local government.

The course draws information from the national house condition survey to profile what we know about fuel poverty and what local authorities are doing through their Local Housing Strategies (LHS) to help the Scottish Government meet its statutory obligations on ending fuel poverty. We also identify what the risk factors are in relation to fuel poverty and also how we can utilise energy assessment tools to measure the impact of intervention strategies.

This course is quite technical in nature and would suit those already working to provide Energy Performance Certificates, however support is provided throughout and would also be of benefit to those working to design and deliver housing strategies to tackle poor housing energy efficiency e.g. through the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) and/or income inequality through LHS.

For further information about this course please contact Rose Ann Porteous by email or call 0141 226 3064